Cyber risk has become a leading issue for many organisations as awareness of cloud computing, social media, corporate Bring Your Own Device policies, big data, and state-sponsored espionage has grown, especially in light of the recent malicious cyber-attacks experienced by companies across the EU. In an increasingly punitive legal and regulatory environment, and in the face of more frequent contractual insurance requirements specifying cyber liability, forward-thinking companies are taking proactive steps to explore and transfer cyber risk.
Aon's GDPR Prepare & Protect - Helping your organisation to be GDPR ready
Set to come into effect on 25 May 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation will introduce a new set of requirements for organisations to help unify data regulation.
The scale of the changes means organisations will need to be prepared in advance of 25 May 2018.
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Cyber Diagnostic Tool
Benchmark your cyber risk exposures today!
Aon invites you to complete our free Cyber Diagnostic Tool that will help quantify and benchmark your Network Security and Privacy exposures. The questionnaire only takes 10 minutes to complete and you will receive a tailored risk benchmarking report.
Cyber, the fast moving target
2016 Benchmarking views and attitudes by industry
The ongoing debate around cyber risk, and most importantly how to get the right cover for a companies cyber risk exposures led Aon to undertake a detailed study of what large companies across various industries are doing to mitigate such threats. Aons first cyber captive survey, conducted in the fall of 2015, has gathered input from some of Aons top captive clients, which represent a broad range of industries and geographical regions. Through the survey, we aim to gain a better understanding of our clients' current thinking and practices relating to cyber threats, identify their cyber needs, and explore a captive cyber solution. We hope that the findings, presented in both aggregate and by industry, will allow organisations to gain insights into this mounting threat, benchmark their risk management practices, spark new solution discussions and identify approaches that may increase their preparedness.